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Visit Lauderdale's highest priority is the safety and well-being of visitors and residents. Mask wearing policies vary inside local businesses but are required on public transportation, at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades.
Consistent with CDC guidelines, effective Friday, July 30, facial coverings and social distancing are required while indoors on Broward County government property, regardless of vaccination status. For ongoing updates, visit Broward. Tests at the airport require a fee.
Find details here. Find information on other testing sites throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale here.
In response to the latest rise in COVID cases including the Delta Variant, tests are available at a variety of drive-through and walk-up testing sites for anyone of any age, including non-residents. City of Fort Lauderdale Beach Parking is available at city parking garages, surface lots and on-street metered parking areas along Fort Lauderdale beach.
Find a map, rates and more info here. Many restaurants and bars in Greater Fort Lauderdale offer outdoor seating. Each business may decide whether to customers are required to wear a mask when entering restaurants or when waiting in line or walking to registers, pickup counters or restrooms.
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Check with airlines for flight information. Valet parking service at the airport is temporarily suspended. Port Everglades The CDC has lifted the no-sail order for cruise lines pending safety agreements with each line. Brightline train service is currently suspended.
Broward County Transit provides economical service throughout the Greater Fort Lauderdale area including the airport. Visit Lauderdale's highest priority remains the safety and well-being of our visitors and residents and we continue to monitor information from local, state and federal health and government officials. Every traveler should monitor news and notifications and make decisions based on their needs.